Boyd Martin and On Cue win Maryland 5 Star

Boyd Martin and On Cue moved up from their overnight spot of 3rd to win the inaugural Maryland 5* event turning in a double clear round and putting the pressure on Tim Price and Oliver Townend, in second and third. Luck was with him today, as each of those riders had a rail. With this […]

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Oliver Townend leads Maryland 5 Star after Cross Country

Oliver Towend Leads Maryland 5*

Oliver Townend and Cooley Master Class finished double clear on their dressage score of 21.1., to maintain his top position going into stadium tomorrow but has less than a rail over Tim Price on Xavier Faer, who also finished xc on their dressage score of 24.3. Boyd Martin and On Cue are in third with […]

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Watch the new Maryland 5* Event

The newest 5* event started today and runs through October 17th at Fair Hill’s Special Event Zone. The Maryland 5* is the world’s seventh at this level and the second in the US, joining the Kentucky Three-Day Event. The cross-country course at Maryland 5 Star was designed by British multi-medalled former event rider Ian Stark. […]

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A Changing of the Guard for British Eventing

Changing of the guard

The Blenheim Palace Horse Trials proved to be a changing of the guard for British eventing. Twenty-four year old Yasmin Ingham riding Banzai Du Loir finished on her dressage score at the Blenheim Palace Horse Trials last weekend. Last year, Ingham was called one of the “rising stars” of British eventing, having The 23-year-old holds […]

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Julia Krajewski Wins Individual Gold; Great Britain wins Team Gold

Julia Krajewski made history yesterday by becoming the first female equestrian to win an individual gold medal for Olympic eventing. Women have competed against men in eventing since 1964 (someone poetically, at Olympic games also held in Tokyo) but she is first to have earned a gold medal. Krajewski, who competes for Germany, rode her […]

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Great Britain in Gold Medal Position after Cross Country

Great Britain is in gold medal position after cross country, with Australia in second and France in third. The Brits kicked off their rides with Oliver Townend, who was the second rider on course. His double clear on Ballaghmor Class was repeated by Laura Collett on London 52 and Tom McEwen on Toledo De Kerser. […]

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Oliver Townend wins 3rd Straight Rolex

Oliver Townend

Oliver Townend won his 3rd straight Rolex today, taking home the top honor on Ballaghmor Class. He won Rolex in 2018 and 2019 2018 on Cooley Master Class, on whom he finished eighth today. Rolex was canceled last year. He is only the second rider in history (after Michael Jung) to win the event three […]

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Eventing goes Virtual

Virtual Eventing

Forget Rolex. Forget Badminton. Eventing is going virtual with an international 5* event which will raise money for medical charities. Organized by Rachel Wakefield, of Uptown Eventing, the event is scheduled for May 6-10th and will be live streamed on the Virtual Eventing 2020 website. The event will feature all three phases, as well as […]

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